Job Description :
Job Description:
The team is composed of what is traditionally known as a physical DBA, as opposed to a Logical DBA.
This particular role will be performing these duties both on the IIAS (Netezza) DB2 LUW database as well as on any of our 1000 SQL Server installations.
Expectation that this resource to take on an on-call rotation one week out of every 5.
Strong communication skills are required as there will be quite a bit of back and forth communication with developers and internal customers.

Understanding of relationship between availability requirements for critical applications and the database objects they require.
Ability to provide expert review of database and SQL related application changes in order to minimize impact to the availability of production database systems.
Ability to perform database changes with minimal impact to the availability of production database systems.
Strict adherence to data access policies and procedures.
Ability to effectively utilize existing database performance and monitoring tools used by client.
Ability to accurately interpret technical manuals and references that outline the proper application of database administration tools and advanced techniques.
Ability to communicate accurately and effectively with peers, Systems Programming, Systems Development, technical management, customer areas, and solution vendors.
Ability to instruct non-SR database administrator associates on advanced techniques of database administration.
Ability to provide customers with expert direction on the most efficient methods of data access and manipulation.
History of taking ownership of problems and providing expert resolution.
Ability to independently handle complex database administration tasks and problems.
Ability to research and resolve database issues through the use of available tools and resources (as an individual and as part of a group effort
Continuing education through technical training.
Excellent customer service.
Ability to identify, and act on, opportunities to "add value" to database administration.
Ability to provide appropriate status reporting on projects and tasks.
Ability to quickly and accurately identify/correct problems with database systems.